By Anonymous - 03/12/2016 09:54 - United States
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I'm so sorry to hear that. :( Death is such a sad, inevitable thing that nobody enjoys. Keep your chin up towards the positive things in life and know that it only gets better.
Same... I've lost my mom, my grandma, my aunt, my 8day old nephew, mother inlaw, father in law, husbands uncle, not counting great aunts, great uncles, and cousins. So sorry, I know the feeling.
I'm so sorry for your losses. I hope your family members rest in peace. My losses are probably little compared to yours, but my best friend commited suicide this June and my cousin died a couple of months ago as well. It's been hard on me with only two deaths so I can't even imagine what you're going through with numerous deaths in your family. We both probably know the pain reduces/goes away eventually but the feeling that you're never going to see them again hits you hard. However, the memories we have with them will always remain. I used to go through my yearbook and read the message from my best friend and photos with my cousin in it and that just brought up a lot of memories so I understand how it feels while looking through the family photos. After my friends death, I started hanging out with my friends more to make up for the time I didn't spend with her before her death, somehow trying to fill the void. So perhaps spending time with your other family members will help? Also, instead of thinking about what pictures would look good in who's funeral, think of the memories with them which would put a smile to your face.